Cape Town – The Golden Globes 2019 will be taking place on Sunday, 6 January with actors Andy Samberg of Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Sandra Oh of Killing Eve as the dual hosts.
The glitzy event will be taking place at The Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles.
African (and African) viewers will be able to watch the awards via a
live broadcast on M-Net’s channels and E! Entertainment on MultiChoice’s
DStv early on Monday morning.
Golden Globe hosts want lighter tone
Golden Globe Awards co-hosts Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg say they’ll try to avoid hot button topics during this year’s show.
official online live stream partner for the red carpet pre-show or
awards ceremony was announced for this year’s Golden Globes after
Twitter did it in 2017 and Facebook was the official streaming partner
in 2018 for the red carpet pre-show.
HERE ARE THE DETAILS OF WHERE YOU CAN WATCH:
Red carpet coverage details on E! on DStv:
Date and time: Sunday, 6 January, 23:00 – 03:00 (CAT)
E! Entertainment (DStv 124) will once again do live red carpet pre-show coverage of the 76th Golden Globe Awards.
E! will start its Golden Globes coverage at 23:00 on Sunday with the live, two-hour E! Countdown to the Red Carpet: The 2019 Golden Globe Awards featuring behind-the-scenes preparations, insider interviews, nominee predictions and fashion forecasting.
Very Cavallari‘s Kristin Cavallari, The Real
co-host Jeannie Mai, celebrity stylist Brad Goreski, E! News TV
correspondent Kristin Dos Santos and E! News style correspondent Zanna
Roberts Rassi and Nightly Pop‘s Nina Parker will feature as commentators during the countdown.
“E! Glambot” will make its return to the Golden Globes with creative
director Cole Walliser at the helm to capture one-of-a-kind red carpet
moments and images.
Ryan Seacrest and Giuliana Rancic will co-host E!’s Live from the Red Carpet: 2019 Golden Globes. Ryan Seacrest also continues as executive producer of the Live from the Red Carpet show. They will be joined this year by Nightly Pop‘s Morgan Stewart and Nina Parker.
Golden Globe Award ceremony broadcast:
Date and time: Monday, 7 January, 03:00 (CAT)
76th Golden Globe Awards will be broadcast live on Monday morning on
M-Net Movies Premiere (DStv 104) at 03:00 in the morning South African
A repeat will air during South African primetime on the same
day on M-Net (DStv 101) at 20:00. It will then also be shown at 21:00
on the M-Net Plus 1 (DStv 901) time-shifted channel.
Busy Tonight Live: Golden Globes After-Party
Date and time: Monday, 7 January, 21:00
Philipps is doing a special episode of her talk show. The one-hour
special episode is done as a live broadcast in America on E! (DStv 124)
directly after the end of the official 76th Golden Globe Awards
ceremony, but viewers outside America will see it as a recorded
programme on the channel during prime time a few hours later. Busy will
recap the night and will be joined by celebrity guests who will be
stopping by to break down the Golden Globes’ biggest moments, award wins
and fashion highlights. Additionally, actor and comedian Tom Lenk will
judge the Busy Tonight team as they attempt to recreate the most
memorable looks of the night using household items.
E! News: 2019 Golden Globes Special
Date and time: Tuesday, 8 January, 19:05
News will have a special episode devoted to coverage of the 76th Golden
Globe Awards with anchors Giuliana Rancic and Jason Kennedy looking at
the fashion, news generated from the awards, and buzz-worthy moments.